|Birth: ||Apr., 1842|
St. Clair County
|Death: ||Jan., 1926|
Lucian B. Applegate, son of Lindsay Applegate who crossed the plains with his brothers Jesse and Charles in 1846. They eventually settled in the Rogue River Valley.
In 1860, the family, with four yoke of oxen, started over the Greensprings Mountain, (the Applegate Trail), to estalish the Klamath Indian Agency of which Lindsay was the first agent.
June 1866 Lucian Applegate married Margaret Ellen Grubb. They had six children: Elmer, Minnie, Fred L., Evelyn, Bessie and Elsie.
They began a ranching operation in the Upper Swan Lake Valley, calling it Brookside Ranch, their branding iron was an arrowhead.
The title of Major was won by Lucien during the Civil War, when he was among the Oregon Volunteers.
Submitted by Jeanie Sawyer
Anthony Lindsay Applegate (1808 - 1892)
Elizabeth Basham Applegate (1816 - 1882)
Margaret Ellen Grubb Applegate (1846 - 1925)
Elmer Ivan Applegate (1867 - 1949)*
Minnie Alice Applegate Chitwood (1868 - 1951)*
Fred Lucien Applegate (1871 - 1953)*
Evelyn Rachel Applegate (1875 - 1965)*
Bessie Bell Applegate (1879 - 1918)*
Elsie Applegate Miller (1881 - 1968)*
Warren Applegate (1834 - 1843)*
Jesse Applegate Applegate (1835 - 1919)*
Theresa Rose Applegate McCall (1838 - 1875)*
Ivan Decatur Applegate (1840 - 1918)*
Lucien Bonaparte Applegate (1842 - 1926)
Oliver Cromwell Applegate (1846 - 1938)*
Alice C Applegate Sargent (1852 - 1934)*
Jerome B Applegate (1855 - 1856)*
Rachel Lindsay Applegate Alford (1857 - 1940)*
Note: In the same plot as Bessie Bell Applegate, Margaret Grubb Applegate, Elmer Ivan Applegate, Esther Ogden Applegate, Elsie Applegate Miller, Lucien B. Applegate, Jr., Evelyn R. Applegate, Bessie Bell Applegate
Linkville Pioneer Cemetery
Plot: Blk. 14 ~ Plot 4 ~ Lot 1 IOOF
Maintained by: Jen
Originally Created by: USA Grannie
Record added: Sep 04, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15613931
Added: Sep. 23, 2013
Added: Nov. 17, 2012
May god keep you close Applegate Family|
Added: Nov. 14, 2011